|G.I. Movie Weekly: Operation Titanic - U.S. Army|
G.I. Movie Weekly was produced for the armed forces during World War II. This issue is about Operation Titanic during the Normandy landings. National Archives Identifier: 65537"This film explores how and why the World War II shuttle bombing of Germany from England, Italy, and Russia began. The footage features B-17s, B-24s, and P-51s as well as other military aircraft. Also included are scenes with Lieutenant General Ira C...
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